Interdisciplinary Studies Minor
For information, contact the Western Program, 111 Peabody Hall, 513-529-2233.
The minor in Interdisciplinary Studies is available to students in all majors and is designed to broaden their professional opportunities. It strengthens problem-solving skills, and develops valuable interdisciplinary perspectives on contemporary issues. Courses explore diverse subjects but share a strong interdisciplinary theme. Students learn to integrate knowledge from a range of different disciplines and gain proficiency in developing their own interdisciplinary inquiries in areas of intellectual and social relevance.
(18 semester hours)
|WST 201||Self and Place||3|
|WST 231||Interdisciplinary Inquiry||3|
|WST 301||Interdisciplinary Problems and Questions||3|
|WST 321||Developing Interdisciplinary Projects: Exploring Ways of Knowing||3|
|or WST 322||Developing Interdisciplinary Projects: Art and Politics of Representation|
|WST 341||Interdisciplinary Synthesis and Action||3|
|Select a 300-level or 400-level course from another interdisciplinary program 1||3|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
To be agreed upon with Western CDA